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Obtaining a k3 visa for your spouse

September 5, 2011 by Todays Immigration  
Filed under Visas

The K3 Visa A k3 visa allows a legal United States citizen’s spouse to live in the United States while the spouse is awaiting approval of a green card application or to complete their own immigration process. If a k3 visa is approved, the spouse of a U.S. citizen can legally enter and live in [...]

The Basics Of The Conditional Green Card

Conditional green cards, as their name implies, place conditions on the status of your permanent residency. The main thing to keep in mind when it comes to a conditional green card is that you’ll need to apply to have those conditions lifted.

Fiance Visa USA – The K1 Visa

August 22, 2011 by Todays Immigration  
Filed under Visas

The fiance visa, otherwise classified as the K-1 visa, is a several step process.  If you are an American citizen and you want your foreign fiance to travel to the United States to marry you and live in the U.S., you must file Petition for Alien Fiance (Form I-129F) for the fiance visa within the [...]

H1B Basics and the H1B Visa Interview

To understand the H1B Visa Interview, lets first define the H1B Visa.  The H1-B Visa is the visa that a nonimmigrant alien needs who will be temporarily employed in the US as a fashion model, working in a technical, professional and managerial role, or in religion or theology.  These employment roles can run rather broad [...]

The Value Of A Visa Attorney

The Visa Attorney A visa attorney or immigration law attorney will help you get into a foreign country. Think of a visa as the key to get through a door. Once you have a visa you may want to stay. That is what many people try to do when they come to the United States [...]

Mexican Immigration

November 5, 2009 by Todays Immigration  
Filed under Mexican Immigration

Despite it’s long history in America, Mexican Immigration is one of the most controversial and divisive topics in the United States today. The current political and social climate is primarily due to the high rate of illegal Mexican immigration that takes place along the Texas, Arizona and New Mexico borders. Many Americans feel that Mexican [...]

What To Expect At A Green Card Interview

October 25, 2009 by Todays Immigration  
Filed under Green Card

If you or your spouse (or spouse-to-be) is trying to achieve resident status in the United States, you will eventually have to undergo a green card interview. Like so many parts of the bureaucratic processes behind getting a green card, the green card interview has very stringent requirements and you will have to be as [...]